Fugue is a reflective work about a revived past, lost worlds, shadows and figures taking shape, memories reverberate like a distant inner voice. This new piece, by Inbal Pinto, examines periods of times and their location in space which creates rich fan of colors, sensations and sounds.
A collaborative work between choreographer Inbal Pinto and Israeli musician Maya Belsitzman, which deals with the reconstruction of old lives, past events, extinct worlds, and lost characters. The void left by these, filled by fragments of thoughts and circles of resonance, rekindling for a limited time, experiences that has forgotten but not erased.
Maya Belsitzman – cellist, singer and musician born in Tel Aviv. She graduated the Conservatory of Music in Tel Aviv, Thelma Yellin High School and Art school Tel-Aviv. She has worked with a long line of artists and musicians including Ninet Tayeb, Danny Sanderson, David Broza, Nurit Galron, Miri Mesika, Rockfour, Yoni Bloch, Izhar Ashdot, Efrat Gosh, Rita, Shira Farber, Ehud Banai. She also active in some musical ensembles that accompany the productions of the Cameri Theater of Tel Aviv and in joint performances with the drummer Matan Efrat.
Choreographers, Costumes, and Set design: Inbal Pinto
Lighting Designer: Yoann Tivoli
Music: Maya Belsitzman
Performers: Almog Ben Horin, Zvi Fishzon, Noga Harmelin, Marta Luiza Jankowska, Joy Kammin, Amit Marsino, Moran Muller, Thomas Walschot, Ofir Yanai,
Rehearsal Director: Dina Ziv